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  • #10303

    Deubeul
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    Hello there,

    my Sony KDL-40BX400 sadly does not accept my modded Saturn in 60Hz.The led on the OSSC is green. The Saturn in 50Hz works fine.
    Saturn plugged directly on TV via scart works in 60Hz.
    OSSC firmware is 0.71.

    My Saturn is a PAL model 2 with a region and 50/60Hz mod with switches made in the nineties.

    What I’d like to know is:

    – Is there an OSSC setting that could help?
    – Is there a cheap no lag inducing device I could add between the OSSC and my TV?
    – Does that mean my TV won’t accept any 60Hz Saturn, or could a japanese model 1 or 2 Saturn work?

    Thanks guys!

    #10338

    BuckoA51
    Keymaster

    When you’re using your Saturn, what does the LCD display for the vertical refresh rate? (on the LCD it will say AV1: RGBS 263P and then some numbers below that, what are those numbers?)

    #10368

    Deubeul
    Participant

    Dumb me, I forgot to add these informations.

    It says:

    15,61 kHz
    59,37 Hz

    #10370

    BuckoA51
    Keymaster

    59.37 is a long way off the 59.94 spec, it may be that your TV just has poor vsync tolerance. Switching to a true NTSC Saturn may help.

    #10373

    Deubeul
    Participant

    Yes, my TV is a little picky, the xrgb3 I had before the OSSC can confirm that.
    But I forgive her, because she accepts line triple for my PCE, which seems to be unusual for a Sony TV 🙂

    Thanks for your help!

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